Podcast for Social Research, Episode 40: Night of Philosophy and Ideas—Life on the Edge: Guns, Terror, and the Culture of Constant Vigilance

This episode of the Podcast for Social Research features core faculty member Suzanne Schneider’s talk from the French Embassy and the Brooklyn Public Library’s Night of Philosophy and Ideas (2020). Her lecture theorizes a culture of “constant vigilance” that pervades different forms of American lifeand American deathin the context of guns and terror. A brief introductory conversation between Suzy and Ajay Singh Chaudhary precedes the audio.

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Podcast for Social Research, Ep. 40: Night of Philosophy and Ideas--Life on the Edge: Guns, Terror, and the Culture of Constant Vigilance
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